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Talking Radical Radio

Mining, environmentalism and social justice in the Far North

December 18, 2013
| Kevin O'Reilly talks about his work on mining and resource issues with multi-issue, Yellowknife-based coalition Alternatives North.
Length: 28:14 minutes (25.86 MB)
Photo: The base camp for the Matoush mine
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Not Rex: On CSEC and the Brazilian ministry of mining

If CSEC really wants to help Canadian corporations through espionage, they should go undercover to find out what ethically distinguishes Canadian corporations from their foreign counterparts.

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| October 11, 2013
Map of Yukon mineral claims, Canadian Geographic
| September 27, 2013

Harper government withholds documents on controversial Canadian mining company

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TORONTO - The United Steelworkers (USW) union is asking federal Information Commissioner Suzanne Legault to investigate the Conservative government's failure, for more than eight months, to release information on a Canadian mining company's controversial operations in Mexico.

"This case reflects a disturbing pattern by Stephen Harper's Conservatives to obstruct public access to government information," said Ken Neumann, USW National Director for Canada.

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